There is a certain enjoyment in being completely confused. It’s a reason some of us travel: to be baffled, to be surprised, to be shocked. To look around at our foreign surroundings and have absolutely no idea what’s going on.
This weirdness that you notice while on the road comes in different guises. It can be quirks of culture, or it can be unique attractions; it can be natural, or it can be man-made; in some cases it can be a complete mystery to even those who claim it as their own. These places are really weird – and they’re definitely worth seeing for yourself.
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It might be nice, for those who don’t know India at all, if you’d said where Kerala is (No. 6). Also, you should say what part of the world the mountain at No. 10 is located in (Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil in South America).
Floating rocks are not such a mystery. Pumice floats because air gets trapped inside when molten lava froths and cools.